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Memphis-The Broadway Musical, at The Movies .........

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Memphis was filmed and is playing at theaters in selected cities tomorrow, including New York. I think it's a first to be able to see a filmed version while a show is still running on Broadway. We saw it yesterday at the Ziegfeld Theater in Midtown Manhattan and it was great, especially since we saw it live in previews over a year ago. It was filmed in HD and Surround Sound and had about 20 minutes of backstage interviews prior to the show, in total the running time is about 3 hours.

Not as great as seeing it from 5th row center seats, but beats seeing it from the balcony. Also you have an opportunity to see it from different angles which you don't have in the Broadway theater. I think it's particularly enjoyable if you have already seen the show live.

Needless to say it's a lot less expensive than the live performance, $22 per tickets.

Further information is at the site below:

http://www.fathomevents.com/performingarts/series/memphis.aspx

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